Learning on Screen
The Learning on Screen nominations have just been announced – take a look at the full list, or book your place for the ceremony.
Learning on Screen is the only UK awards celebrating media production in learning, teaching and research, now in its eleventh year.
Each year, broadcasters, production companies, education institutions, museums, publishers, charities, libraries, students and any other organisation or individual producing educational media get the chance to enter Learning on Screen.
Entries are made in a variety of categories, including broadcast programmes, non-broadcast delivery, multimedia content and student productions. This year new student award categories have been introduced to Learning on Screen to celebrate productions from College HE and FE students.
Awards ceremony 2015
The BUFVC Learning on Screen Awards 2015 ceremony will be held at the BFI Southbank, London on the evening of Thursday 23 April 2015, with award-winning journalist and broadcaster Samira Ahmed as guest speaker.
This year, the College HE award will be presented at the Association of Colleges annual College HE conference on 4 March 2015 in central London.
The awards ceremony showcases all nominated entries and announces the winners, and is followed by a networking drinks reception.
“I would recommend that anyone who cares about learning and film apply for a Learning on Screen award. Even if you just get shortlisted it’ll be a treat just to attend the awards evening – you’ll meet some wonderful people and learn about some interesting projects.” – Lucy Worsley, guest speaker at the 2014 awards.